HOSPITALITY DESIGN BLOG
When you visit a hotel to relax and unwind, your expectation is of a product equal or generally better than what you have at home. Hotel rooms are designed for a number of different factors catering to corporate, leisure and group Travellers and the expectation is the...read more
Modern hotels have been forced to come up with creative solutions to adapt to rapid social changes. From rethinking room configurations to providing personalised experiences, hotel owners are transforming their hotel rooms into highlights of any escape. It is not only...read more
Virtual Reality Hospitality Design Is Here….
In 2002 a film titled “Minority Report’ explored the boundaries of technological realism and the interactive computer element. That famous scene where Tom Cruise enacts a beautifully choreographed scene on his smart glass display daring the audience to believe that this futuristic technology could be possible. Fast track 5 years into the future with the release of Apples new iPhone that revolutionized the way we interact and changed the social model forever. While other companies like Corning have been busy developing this technology the question about a practical application arouse and how this new realm of virtual information could be utilized for the hospitality industry.
Here are three ways to enhance the exterior of a building with minimal capital outlay that have maximum effect on passing trade.read more
Trends in Hospitality Design
Ever ready to indulge their guests in a high-quality experience, restaurant and hotel owners—and the designers who shape their properties—constantly adapt to market demands and changing tastes to create inspiring hospitality settings.read more
OUT (dated) is not IN
I recently reviewed a study carried out by the Guys at the Sustainable Tourism Cooperative research Centre (established by the Federal Government) that was focused on the Renovation of 3 and 4 star motels in regional Australia. I was able to pull the following summaries from the report: